"Aftermath" as written by Jay Joyce and Tim Warren....
Most days I'm burning in a fire
I got a cliche cold staring at my world
But these days the bird is on the wire
Two fingers pull a pen
Half drawn picture of a dream

And here between the writing on the wall
I try to feel forgotten for a while
And it's hard and I get angry all the time
But this is not a life I cannot change

And somewhere in the heart of the aftermath
There's an answer for me
'Cause you could have been anybody on the road to me

You say this time you needed answers
No time for second chances that we wasted long before
And I said you only see the problems
You're too afraid to solve
And so I headed for the door

And here between the writing on the wall
I try to feel forgotten for a while
And it's hard to see the shadow in a man
He is the last to see the light before it hits him where he stands

And somewhere in the heart of the aftermath
There's an answer for me
'Cause you could have been anybody on the road to me

And all this time your head is numb
And maybe you don't know
Maybe you don't know

And somewhere in the heart of the aftermath
There's an answer for me
'Cause you could have been anybody on the road to me




Lyrics submitted by tinydancer212

"Aftermath" as written by Tim Warren Jay Joyce

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    General CommentSo good. A guy who was interested in me sent it to me along with a whole lot of other songs that pull on my heart strings. :(
    Suncoverson December 08, 2007   Link

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